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The inability of one of the worlds largest silicon producers

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The inability of one of the world’s largest silicon producers to cut production by fifty percent will probably lead to a sharp increase in the cost of most electronic goods and tripling the demand for those goods as manufacturers cut costs by reducing output.


(A) tripling the demand
(B) to triple the demand
(C) the demand being tripled
(D) the tripling of the demand
(E) a tripling of the demand

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E as well.

Parallel: a sharp increase and a tripling of the demand.

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The inability of one of the world’s largest silicon producers to cut production by fifty percent will probably lead to a sharp increase in the cost of most electronic goods and tripling the demand for those goods as manufacturers cut costs by reducing output.


(A) tripling the demand
(B) to triple the demand
(C) the demand being tripled
(D) the tripling of the demand
(E) a tripling of the demand


E is ||.

A sharp increase...a tripling of the demand

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You bet!

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